Sewerby Hall is a Grade I listed country house set in 55 acres of parkland and gardens on the outskirts of Bridlington (a small seaside town situated on the east coast of Yorkshire in England). The area is predominantly rural and noted for the chalk uplands of the Yorkshire Wolds. Dating back to the 18th century and formerly the home of the Lloyd Greame family, the hall came into public ownership in 1934. Today it is owned and managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The house is displayed to reflect the appearance it would have had as a private home in 1910 and the council’s Museum Service (ERYMS) is responsible for its collections and exhibitions.